Every now and then a truly remarkable property becomes available and this beautiful grade II Tudor cottage is one of those properties. Nestled in mature grounds of half an acre with lovely views over the countryside, the house retains many features including an inglenook fireplace and exposed beams.
The property is situated in a semi rural setting backing onto open fields. Not only does the immediate area offer country walks and quaint village amenities including a public house, but there are also excellent commuter links with both the M4 and M3 in easy reach
A solid oak front door opens into a charming entrance hall from which there is a door to a simply stunning living room with exposed beams and an fantastic inglenook fireplace with a ‘Jotul’ wood burner.
The property also presents a dining room that can accommodate a large dining table and a kitchen that has been sympathetically refitted with a range of cabinets, a butler sink and granite work tops that sit well with the room with its vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. There is an open plan breakfast area from the kitchen creating a sociable space that is really special.
To the rear of the house is a further reception room with lovely views over the garden and a shower room to complement the ground floor accommodation.
Like the rest of the property, the three bedrooms have plenty of character with exposed beams and leaded light windows. The family bathroom is fitted with a modern white suite with classic fittings.
Outside, five bar gates open onto a large gravel drive that leads to the garage and working well. A further gate gives access through to the rear gardens, paddock and a barn/workshop of lined timber construction with a concrete floor which could be used as ancillary accommodation to the main house.